Today, The Dear Hunter is thrilled to announce their spring headlining tour. The tour is in support of their latest release, Act IV: Rebirth In Reprise, out nowvia Cave & Canary Goods / Equal Vision Records. The tour kicks off in Atlanta at Shaky Knees Festival where the band will also play an afterparty show. The band will play throughout the south hitting Birmingham and New Orleans before traveling to the Midwest for dates in Missouri, Wisconsin, Michigan and more. This leg of the tour will end on June 3 in Cincinnati, OH at Bunbury Music Festival. O’Brother and Rare Futures will be supporting the tour. A complete list of tour dates is below. Tickets for the tour go on sale this Friday, March 11 and can be purchased here http://www.thedearhunter.com/.
“We are very excited to be traveling to, and playing in these cities and towns we haven’t been to in a long while, especially in the company of the amazing members of both O’brother and Rare Futures,” said Casey Crescenzo. “To travel with such close friends, and to be around such wonderful music is truly a dream, and we can’t wait to share it with you this spring.”
The Dear Hunter is the main project of multi-instrumentalist, vocalist and songwriter Casey Crescenzo. From the beginning, it was a high-concept project: Casey mapped out multi-page treatments for a six-album story arc about the birth, life, and abrupt death of the boy. Act IV highlights the band’s cohesive growth as a group with Casey, Nick Crescenzo (drums, percussion), Robert Parr (guitar, keyboards), Nick Sollecito (bass), Maxwell Tousseau (guitar, keyboards) and Andrew Brown (keyboards), The Dear Hunter that fans have been experiencing and will experience on this tour. Act IV: Rebirth In Reprise is now in its second LP pressing, which will be available on the tour and on the band’s MerchNOW store. Order the album on iTunes, Amazon MP3, MerchNOW, and GooglePlay. You can stream the album on Spotify and Apple Music.